Marcos Serrano

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THE OBSERVER

I look for her every morning at 8:00 o’clock in the hall of the offices building, between a hundred of employees. I wait for her at 10:00 o’clock close to the coffee machine. I look for her at 12:00 o’clock in the restaurant of the building. I wait for her at 2:00 o’clock pm close to the coffee machine. I see her go every after noon at 4:00 o’clock along the hall of the building, between a hundred of employees.

Many times, while she is in her post in the Computer Security Department, I observe her from the corridor during a long time without her seeing me. I get enthusiastic because of the line of her face, the silhouette of her nose, the beauty of her eyes, the curve of her cheekbones, the fatness of her lips…

I have received some warnings from my bosses because of my continuous distractions in the job and it provokes that she usually comes to visit me to my freezing office; I like to see her seated in front of me while she tries to correct my attitude. One Sunday morning she came to visit me to the freezing room very cheerful and happy, under her arm she had a box where it could be read “new system for advanced facial recognition”; she seated in front of me and she started to uninstall me.